The Sixth International Forum “Russian Energy Week – 2023” dedicated to the discussion of the current issues in the development of the fuel and energy complex and traditionally held with the participation of representatives of the federal authorities, international organizations, foreign states, heads of the diplomatic corps, heads of the largest companies in the fuel and energy complex, has become a key event that determines the development prospects of the energy industry.
The business program of the forum is interesting not only because of the global nature of the issues discussed, but also because of the interdisciplinary nature of a number of aspects, including such as the use of digital technologies in the fuel and energy complex, digital transformation in the context of scientific and technological development, and others.
One of the significant events of the Forum was Youth Day, which brought together more than 1,500 young professionals and students. The Forum participants gathered in Manege exhibition complex to exchange experiences and ideas, sum up the results of project activities in 2023, and formulate a youth agenda for the fuel and energy sector for 2024. The students specializing in Economic Security at RTU MIREA participated in the event.
Professors and students of the Department of Financial Accounting and Control of the Institute for Cybersecurity and Digital Technologies RTU MIREA attended the plenary session of the International Forum held with the participation of A.V. Novak, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, famous politicians, heads of leading corporations in the fuel and energy complex and representatives of the youth community.
Representatives of the Institute took an active part in the session on forming youth projections for energy development in the context of new challenges until 2035 under the influence of the trends identified for the short, medium and long term periods, as well as in the discussion “Dialogue on equal terms” which is an open dialogue with the participation of representatives the Ministry of Energy of Russia and leaders of the fuel and energy complex, where the attention of the participants was focused on the importance for employers of not only professional skills, but also soft skills as an indicator of continuous self-education.